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Kockelmans presented a brief re-interpretation of Merleau-Ponty’s thinkings on space. He first put the spatial perception between “a true in-self and a pure for-itself.” I understand this approach that denies the position of spatiality as neither an absolute reality nor an abstract notion created by people. Maybe spatiality can be found as the “intermediary model of being in very mode of perception.” The opening paragraph is useful: “This conception of space is obviously not concerned with the relation between something containing and something contained, since such a relation is only possible between two things. … According to Kant, therefore, space is neither the logical nor the real ‘setting’ in which things are arranged but only the means whereby the positing of things is made possible. In this conception, therefore, space is not either in which things could float, nor is it an abstract quality common to all things. We must think of it rather as that on the ground of which
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Kockelmans presented a brief re-interpretation of Merleau-Ponty’s thinkings on space. He first put the spatial perception between “a true in-self and a pure for-itself.” I understand this approach that denies the position of spatiality as neither an absolute reality nor an abstract notion created by people. Maybe spatiality can be found as the “intermediary model of being in very mode of perception.” The opening paragraph is useful: “This conception of space is obviously not concerned with the relation between something containing and something contained, since such a relation is only possible between two things. … According to Kant, therefore, space is neither the logical nor the real ‘setting’ in which things are arranged but only the means whereby the positing of things is made possible. In this conception, therefore, space is not either in which things could float, nor is it an abstract quality common to all things. We must think of it rather as that on the ground of which it is universally possible to bring things into connection with another.” (281)
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